ERP Unintended Issues

  ERP Unintended Issues Prevent Plant 2020 – Background In 2019 USDA announced an extension of harvest or extended the end of insurance periods for crops to allow more time for producers to harvest their crops.  This delay in harvest extended to crops being harvested in the spring, thus delaying normal tillage and fall preparation…

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From The President’s Desk June 3rd, 2022

Emergency Relief Program It has been a long time coming (authorized and funded in Oct 2021) but it’s finally here. Most of you should have received your applications from FSA this past week. If eligible it should show the crops for each year 2020 and 2021 that have an ERP payment. The agents and I…

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From The President’s Desk May 27 2022

This, as you all know, has been a challenging spring with the wet cold weather. In fact, it’s the 5th wettest spring on record! You may also recall that our agency forecast was for a cool wet spring (just not this extreme of course). We just got our updated forecast and June appears to be…

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From The President’s Desk

In preparation for a cool wet spring the office has been diligently preparing for the worst and hoping for the best.  Although, we did not anticipate this kind of wet across the state we are certainly prepared for it. We have eligibility reports by crop by county for all insureds available at your request.  This…

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SOS

I want to emphasize the importance of this alert. Senator Hoeven is being challenged by a republican for the nomination for US Senator.  The challenger is Rick Becker, all I will say about Rick is that he is 100% against crop insurance and agriculture in general.  Feel free to google his views on your own,…

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Zoom Meeting 2/22

Jim Wiesemeyer will be presenting over Zoom on Tuesday, February 22nd at 2pm. Below is a link to frequently asked questions regarding getting onto a zoom meeting. There are a few options available without having to create a Zoom account. CLICK TO LEARN MORE ABOUT ZOOM Topic: Jim Wiesemeyer Time: Feb 22, 2022 02:00 PM…

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